Indians are keen to put the economic shock of the COVID-19 pandemic behind them. Experts warn that as shoppers crowd markets, there may be a fresh wave of infections just around the corner.
For many years, the Cape Verde Islands profited from investments in tourism. But now — because of the coronavirus spread — tourists are staying away, hurting the local economy. Jochen Faget reports from Boa Vista.
Health workers in Delhi are struggling to cope with a record spike in COVID-19 cases. The federal government has had to enlist medical students to help bring the surge under control.
South Korea has reportedly thwarted attempts by the North to hack into coronavirus vaccine makers. An intelligence briefing also alleges North Korea has executed two people as part of its anti-coronavirus efforts.
The Indian government is preparing for its worst phase in the pandemic as a "third wave" hits Delhi. The state has recorded more than 1,000 deaths in the last two weeks. Murali Krishnan reports.
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